Terra Cotta Pots & Plant Placement

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Yay or nay to the terra cotta pots? Also where would you place one large Amazon Sword in this 'scape? Help me out!
 

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I kinda like the tank w/o. I can picture the swords on the left back corner of the tank.

What fish are you planning to put in it?
 

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Terra cotta pots make good hiding spots or can act like "caves" for certain fish.


 
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el337 said:
I kinda like the tank w/o. I can picture the swords on the left back corner of the tank.

What fish are you planning to put in it?

Dom90 said:
Terra cotta pots make good hiding spots or can act like "caves" for certain fish.
12 Albino Cory Cats (C.Aeneus)
7 Bloodfin Tetra
1 Male Dwarf Gourami
6 Juvenile Angelfish (which will eventually be lowered to two once a pair forms)

I thought maybe the Cory Cats and perhaps the DG would enjoy the pots.

Also the driftwood will hopefully have java fern attached to it, if that makes a difference for the Amazon Sword placement
 

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Dwarf gouramis normally stay here the top or middle part of the tank so they wouldn't care for the pots imo.


 

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Place the sword off center, java moss on the branch would kick it up a notch, anubias and or java fern glued to the pots would help to transform from functional cave to inviting decor. Even as is, that is a very nice tank.
 
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